In an unanticipated turn of events, the people of Egypt are rising up against new president Morsi.
Lesch examines what went wrong in a region once considered the future of the Middle East, now embroiled in a brutal and protracted civil war.
This week's The Newsroom is an emotionally intense drama set against the 2011 Egyptian uprising.
A colourful, thoughtful History 1.3 version of this turbulent, unfinished period.
Back to square one, Tahrir Square, because sometimes one revolution isn't enough.
There may be a need for stronger sanctions and even military intervention, in view of a perceived Iranian nuclear threat.
The Indigo Girls are back with their fourteenth album, and haven't lost a beat!
Yemen needs a peaceful resolution of its internal crisis and humanitarian aid for the suffering.
It's critical when having the discussion of Yemen to also go beyond Al Qaeda and the political turmoil.
Satire that works, this graphic collection is intelligent and empowering.